5 Tips For Staying Healthy All Year Round
This past winter was tough. Thousands across the country were affected by immune disruptive sicknesses. Don’t make the mistake of thinking you’re in the clear – your immune health should be a concern year-round. Strengthening your immune system could help discourage the unwelcomed scratchy throat or stuffed up nose!
The upcoming long warm days interrupted by bursts of air-conditioned homes and offices unfortunately create the perfect environment for the change of season cold. With the added increase in outdoor physical activities your immune system could be impacted, causing it to temporarily weaken.
Luckily there’s precautions you can take to avoid catching any of these immune disruptive sicknesses.
- Stay clear of people who are sick. We know this can be difficult especially as a caregiver but take caution when dealing with sick people. If you know of someone who may be sick avoid physical contact such as shaking their hand.
- Wash your hands. No matter where you are or what you’re doing it’s important to wash your hands frequently. Scrub your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds to get rid of any unwelcomed visitors that may have gotten a hold of your hands.
- Keep your environment clean. Be aware of your surroundings. Although you may be taking precautions of not having any contact with people who may be sick it is also important to be aware of other surfaces such as doorknobs and light switches. Make sure to disinfect the things that people constantly come in contact with.
- Keep up a healthy lifestyle. Get a goodnights rest every night, have a well-balanced meal, and exercise regularly – all these things can help you stay healthy and strong to fight off any immune disruptive visitors.
- Take your supplements. Supplements are a great way to help your body prepare its defenses. Take control of your immune health with Kinoko® Platinum AHCC®!* Kinoko Platimum AHCC® is one of the world’s most researched specialty immune supplements, supported by over 30 human clinical studies to help promote an improved immune response.*